It’s Leap Day!
So why not try something different for your holistic health? Well, I’ve got just the thing: Sativa Springs Hemp Essentia.
It seems every company is "leaping" onto the CBD & Hemp oils band wagon these days. New and well-established businesses have their own formulas and/or add it to their name-brand lotions & potions.
But CBD & Hemp oils are not regulated by the FDA. So, listen we have to be diligent to make sure what we’re buying really works and does what it promises.
This can be hard—especially with so much out there.
But I can make it easy for you.
I’ve tried about a dozen brands and can confidently say: Sativa Springs Hemp Essentia is one of the good ones!
I’ve used Sativa Springs now for more than 8 months and here are just a few of the incredible improvements I’ve experienced.
1/Better Sleep-Before using Sativa Springs I was waking up about ten times a night. Now, I might wake up once. I get a deeper, sleep and feel well-rested and ready to take on the day.
2/Mood-I’m calmer and have a better outlook on life in general. I know it sounds incredible that an oil can do this—but there’s nothing else that I’ve changed—so I do credit the Sativa Springs.
3/Healthier Hair-I occasionally use it on my scalp and run the excess through my hair. My locks are shinier and it grows in thicker and faster. One caveat: I’d like to use it every day on my hair but I’d run out of product. So, –treating it like “liquid gold”—I use it sparingly and add some to the scalp and hair when I’m able. The reason I know it works well on my hair? One month I had an extra bottle and used it only on my head. The results? Amazing!
4/Healthier Skin-Love the way it feels on my skin. And my skin really does glow afterwards. Hemp oil is high in anti-oxidants—fatty acids like GLA or Gamma-Linolenic Acid and Vitamins A, C & E. It helps to plump up the skin and ward off the appearance of fine lines and dull skin.
5/Improved Memory-So lately I’ve noticed a difference in my ability to remember things. Here is one of my best indicators it’s improved. I go to Sprouts Market about four times a week—yeah, I eat a lot of vegetables—so I have to. Typically, I make a list on my phone of about 4-10 things I need. So, I play a little game with myself. I get my cart and grab what I need. Then I look at my list. These days, I’m usually able to get it all without checking my list. This is huge for me and a great indicator I’m doing better with my memory ability.
And that’s just what I’ve gotten help with. There are a lot of other conditions that can benefit from Full Spectrum Hemp Oil including depression, anxiety, Alzheimer’s disease, Autism and much more.
What is Sativa Springs?
Sativa Springs uses an excellent, clean & pure process to source the whole Cannabis plant insuring the best, most effective oil.
The official name is Sativa Springs Hemp Essentia. It is a Full Spectrum Hemp oil. The words “Full Spectrum” are critical. Make sure whatever you use it is made from the full spectrum. This means the product contains *all* of the Cannabinoids from-- the Cannabis Sativa plant—both--leaves & flowers.
Some oils use simply use the seeds which isn’t as effective.
Another critical issue: Choose organic to alleviate chances of contamination from other plants and pesticides.
To sum it up:
Sativa Springs’ Hemp Essentia’s core ingredient is Cannabis Sativa—from the entire plant—flowers and leaves. It’s imported from regulated at organic hemp farms in the Netherlands. There’s no chance of pesticides, or cross-breeding. And “plant modification” is strictly prohibited and thus regulated.
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Usually the cost is $80 but with my discount—one bottle is $68. Typically, this is a one-month supply. But if you use less or use it less often it could last more than two months.
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Let me know if you’ve ever used CBD or Hemp Oil. Remember, we get what we pay for. Buying sub-par products is essentially equal to buying “snake oil” and is a waste of money.
Make it a great Leap Day!
(Pic: Christmas Eve 2015, Gold Canyon, Arizona)
Picky, persnickety people run in my circles. The place we cause the biggest ruckus? Restaurants.
From the first order: Me: “Water, no ice, no lemon please.”
Then, the first course, which I tweak for optimum nutrition. “Green salad. No cheese, croutons or nuts but add spinach, kale, cucumbers and carrots. Vinaigrette on the side. And that dressing, it doesn’t contain MSG, does it? If so—I’ll have vinegar & oil.”
Whew—and that’s just for starters-- I’ll spare you the rest!
picture from 1993, Columbus, Ohio)
Grandma, Mom & Me!
There’s a reason I’m so finicky. You see, I have to caress my colon. Hello, stomach discombobulation!
My grandma—Minerva Sweet—(yes, that was her name!) had non-stop digestive issues.
These days, mom and I discuss diarrhea details daily. Mom: “I’m feeling spunky.” Me: “Ug. I’m out of toilet paper!”
Hey, I know it’s not the most pleasant of conversations but bowel talk is paramount to our overall health!
And you may be wondering where I’m going with this.
Well, straight to the Gastroenterologist.
I’m having my “spa day”—also known as a colonoscopy. And this is nothing new for me. Next week will be my seventh colonoscopy---yes, my 7th!!
While not one has uncovered anything serious—I still have to be checked.
Food fussiness is a fact of life for me. It’s draining living with digestion problems, tough to function normally. Diarrhea leaves me weak feeling like I have the flu.
Thankfully, the tests have never revealed anything serious in my family. The diarrhea is typically caused by food intolerances, allergies or even nerves.
(pic: this week, my kitchen)
But when symptoms persist for more than two weeks, it’s critical we all get checked in order to rule out something serious, like cancer.
The stigma associated with diarrhea symptoms makes some peeps reluctant to get checked out, let alone have a colonoscopy.
But we need answers and this screening is the only way to get them.
I remember the first one I had, a friend stated: That’s so awful, so embarrassing. How can you do that? Um, because it could save my life. And a colonoscopy could save yours, too.
It’s much easier to go through than people think. The worst part is the prep the day before. This is where we fast for 24 hours—and drink a clear liquid to clean out the colon. This way the doc can see up there with the tiny camera.
If there is any trouble--polyps found or a biopsy needed—he can do it right then and there.
Listen, if you’re having digestive issues—get checked out—now! It can mean the difference between life and death.
Let me know if you’ve ever had a colonoscopy or if this blog helped you understand why maybe you should have one!
My big day is set for Tuesday. I’ll be posting more next week! If you this topic is important to you, let me know. If you know someone who needs to get checked, please share this blog. It could be a real lifesaver.
My hair is growing again and my bald spots are gone. And I owe a lot of it to this lady next to me.
Dr. Semone Rochlin is a plastic surgeon in Scottsdale, Arizona.
When I started losing my hair, going to a plastic surgeon like Dr. Rochlin wasn’t something that crossed my mind. But it sure should have been.
Scary Scenario in ‘16
This picture shows my scalp and just how much hair I’d lost--notice my receding hair line, too. In 2016, after a taking an anti-biotic, it began coming out in clumps. I lost half of it. Turns out the pill was a chemo-drug but used off-label for other ailments.
Friendly & Fun!
Dr. Rochlin’s office is like no other I’ve visited. First off, I was greeted by one of her precious companions—Lola, the Sheep-a-doodle. Lola helps to keep patients calm during treatments.
As for Dr. Rochlin it’s easy to stay feel at ease in her presence too. She’s extremely warm, comforting and supportive. At my appointments, I feel like I’m sitting down with a good friend.
How Many Treatments
Dr. Rochlin says we should all have three initial PRP Hair treatments within about 6 months. After that, we might be done as the PRP continues to work. As for me, I’m not taking any chances of losing my hair again. So, I’m opting for two maintenance PRPs a year just to be on the safe side.
During workouts I usually run, lift weights & do Yoga. Then at least twice a week, I make time for a little Zen at the end. I do two poses and hold them for at least five minutes.
One is the plank.
About a year ago I incorporated long plank holds in my work outs. My goal: five minutes. Surprised I was able to make it on my first try but—wow—I was squirming in that last minute.
Planks for Health!
1/Great for our core. Works a lot of the ab muscles.
2/Helps ease back pain. Building abs helps to strengthen the back which lessens pain.
3/Improves flexibility. Shoulders & upper body in general are made stronger, thus more flexible.
4/Great for metabolism. Challenging our body with the plank holds helps burn calories.
5/Better mood. Planks ease tension which helps with our general outlook on life.
Tip: Plank holds are just one of the moves we should include in our regimen. Make sure you do other forms of strength training & cardio.
Click here for tips on the plank.
Now, after planking, there’s one more pose I like to do and hold. And this one is good for the booty. Yay!
It’s the bridge.
1/Relieves menopause symptoms
3/Boosts mood, reduces anxiety
4/Improves performance, especially for runners
Click here for tips on how to do the bridge.
These poses are relaxing and can be done anywhere, anytime. Try them in a hotel room, while watching TV, reading a magazine. It’s okay to start slow.
You don't have to start off doing 10 minute holds. It's incredibly empowering to work up to it each day or week.
So, let's say you can hold a plank or bridge for :20 today. Tomorrow shoot for a bit longer--do a :40 hold, next day try for a minute. Every day you will progress and that feels so good physically & mentally. I guarantee you will feel stronger!
"Hold" progress is a good barometer of just how far we’ve come. For instance, that first long plank-hold I did? Killer. Now? Relatively easy! Ten minutes here I come!
Make it a great day!
What I’m holding here is not low in calories. But it is made with “healthy” chocolate as well as other clean ingredients. It’s one of my favorite desserts and it even includes protein powder. More on that & the recipe in Lynda’s Day.
That may sound like an oxymoron but it is possible to find a chocolate that’s good for us. As long as we eat it in moderation.
Yeah, yeah—sometimes I hate that word too-- moderation.
I don’t graze, I gobble—especially when it comes to chocolate. I’ve had my share of seemingly non-stop sugar highs. I mean get this--I’ve come close to eating an entire one-pound bag of Peanut M&Ms while watching a movie. That crunch, that flavor. They are addictive. And those big Hershey’s Almond Milk Chocolate bars? Pffft—child’s play. Yep, I’ve eaten two of those within minutes on more than one occasion.
As for ice cream or gelato? I can’t keep it at home—um, goodbye entire half gallon. So, my husband and I have it when we’re out. This is my favorite place to go in Arizona. But I have a rule-- I must eat it at the shop for two reasons:
1/No walking-I cannot walk & eat at the same time. I’m serious! I really need to concentrate on that creamy, chocolaty goodness. Otherwise, I’d wander into a pole, a person, or traffic—yikes!
2/Second helping-And when I’m done, there’s a good chance I’ll go right back for another one.
Embarrassed!? Ha! Hardly.
I know what you might be wondering. So, does my husband get another one, too? No. Usually he’s still eating his first when I go for my second. He’ll just shake his head, watch me devour more and says “You’ll be sorry.”
And he’s right. I usually am. Hello, stomach discombobulation!
No, but seriously
I shouldn’t do things like this. It is considered binge eating which is terrible for us. Plus, I’m really trying to be diligent about not eating sugar. So, binge eating Butterfinger Candy bars is not an option—anymore.
One thing that has helped me get a handle on my chocolate cravings? Switching to high-quality chocolate.
The Good Stuff
About ten years ago, I read an article that would change my thinking on chocolate. As with any food, the less processed, the healthier it is. So, if we want to eat dark chocolate that is considered healthy, what we should look for are brands in which the cocoa powder is “non-dutched”. Essentially, it means chocolate that has been less processed.
The dutching process makes chocolate taste sweeter. Keep in mind this is how most of all of the big chocolate brands are concocted. They are high in sugar content.
So, I try and always get my chocolate from brands that do not use the dutching process, have less sugar, fewer ingredients which translates into our bodies getting the healthy anti-oxidants found in dark chocolate.
Here is the brand I’ve eaten for the last ten years. But it seems like there are new brands to discover all the time, these days. So, I may need to try some.
For my yummy—non-dutched-chocolate-ice-cream-like-yogurt-dessert recipe go to Lynda’s Day. Yes, there is a nominal fee for this section but it gets you on the inside for $9.97 per year! You get access to an entire year of everything I do on a daily basis from my diet to workouts to what I’m reading!
Coming soon here on FitOver50Plus: while the better chocolate is more expensive, I’ll explain why, when it comes to our health, it’s really less expensive in the long run.
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Make it a great Day!
Valentine’s Day: Yay!
Reminiscing about Valentine’s Days past:
1/Cards-Remember, those cute greetings we’d get from classmates? I wish I’d saved a few so I could look at them again. It would be much fun to see them now!
2/Clothes-I always donned my favorite red or pink outfit for school. I still wear festive clothing. Though, these days it’s usually workout wear.
3/Candy-Those yummy treats. It’s the sweet memories that really take me back to the 1960s & 70s. I loved those tiny, red cinnamon hearts. Oh, and those chewy, cherry hearts--cinnamon too. And then there was my all-time fav Valentine’s Day Candy.
Let’s Talk About It
When I was in grade school, my favorite candy by far: conversation hearts—you know those little hard, pastel-colored candy with statements like “Love Me”, “Hug Me” on them? I looked forward to seeing which color & fun phrase I’d choose next—and of course, pop into my mouth. They’re still available today, by the way.
Change in Conversation
Then one day everything changed. In 1976, my palette was about to get a lot more sophisticated. I remember, the moment like it was yesterday—my new dad walked in from a long day of work and said he’d brought a Valentine’s Day gift for mom & me.
Jerry gave us each a big, red foil-covered Russell Stover’s chocolate heart with soft, gooey marsh mellow cream strawberry inside.
I was disappointed because I didn’t think it could possibly be good.
In 1976, Jerry was my new “dad” so, I didn’t want to seem ungrateful so I tried it.
Oh my! Delicious!! To this day I still LOVE those “heart” warming treats. When I have one of them it become an “event”. You see, it’s not just the terrific taste I still love so much, but the memories that come with it. That chocolate and strawberry will forever remind me of the first gift Jerry ever gave me. Since I love him deeply, it’s a darn good memory and still so special today. Jerry, my step-dad just turned 91, mom is almost 87 and they are both as cute as ever—as you can see in the picture taken a few months ago while we were Christmas shopping in Scottsdale, Arizona. Could they be any cuter!?
Now, I’ve moved on to even more complexity. Oh sure, I still love the candy from my childhood but these days—since I try and eat nourishing foods, I’m making better choices even when it comes to chocolate. I now buy chocolate that tastes good and is good for me, too.
We all know dark chocolate is what we should choose but if we want the “healthy’ kind there’s a lot more to it than just a darker shade of cocoa.
So, in my blog tomorrow, I’ll share the exact brand of chocolate I eat most often these days and why.
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Happy Valentine’s Day!
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(Lynda Hammond (me!) sipping my breakfast drinks--coffee & bone broth! Yummy--well, sort of!)
Bone Broth is good for us but it isn’t good tasting—at least not to me, anyway. It basically tastes like salty water.
But I do drink it every single day-- for the health benefits. My Naturopath suggested I try it when I started losing my hair. I researched it and have been sipping it now every morning for more than four years.
My hair has come back—while bone broth might be one reason for that there are other things I’ve done to get my hair back—I’ll be writing on that soon but for now—we’re talking my favorite brand of bone broth.
First, I’ll start with the Ugly. I’ve tried about 12 brands found in grocery and health food stores. I don’t like the frozen brands, not because of the taste or the ingredients but for the simple reason, I don’t have enough room in my freezer. I buy bone broth by the case—so frozen just isn’t a good option for me. Please also avoid those with gobs of ingredients. More on that below.
I’ve tasted some really bad brands. The best way for me to describe their taste is to reference an old I Love Lucy Episode. Remember, Vitameatavegin? The one where she tries this “health potion” and it tastes terrible?
Well, the faces she makes while trying to get it down her gullet are nothing short of hilarious. I’ve always said, that episode should be used in acting classes: “Students, this lesson is where we learn how to pretend something tastes bad.”
Okay, I digress. Anyway, I would make that this-tastes-terrible-face after every single sip of some of the bone broths I tasted.
My husband saw me doing this one day and said “Geez, if it’s that bad I can make it for you”. And he did for more than two years. It tasted decent and it was a lot less expensive.
Bless his heart, Kevin would buy 10lbs of bones and cook it for 30 hours in the crock pot. We started with chicken bones. But chicken had no marrow left on it so we switched to beef bones. But even after 30 hours of simmering the concoction, the bones did not disintegrate. And that’s what most of the recipes say we need in order to reap the benefits.
(Left, that's me with the homemade version. It would last about 8 days.)
I felt I should go back to the big-name brands because they likely are able to get it right.
So, just recently I tried a bunch more brands and have switched back to store bought. I figure the big companies can create it better than I can.
Now, I drink this brand. I don’t make the “Lucy” face while drinking it. But it’s not something I’d order during a night on the town. However, it’s chock full of healthy nutrients—things that will give me more protein and vitamins in my diet. And that makes it all worth it!
How did I settle on this brand? It’s fairly simple. While shopping in the grocery store, I get my glasses out, grab an item from the shelf, turn the package around and read. Some labels I didn’t even have the read—if the list included more than 10 things—I put it back on the shelf, toot-sweet.
Anyway, this is, by far, one of the cleanest drinks out there. Out of all the brands I looked at this one consisted of three key points: It had the fewest ingredients, the fewest calories per serving and no chemicals. Plus, I like the carton. Doesn’t have to be in the ‘fridge until you open it! Very convenient. I buy it by the case here.
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That's me in my kitchen with homemade bone broth--more on that below but first:
We’ve all heard of “broth”. Broth is made from meat with water and added spices. But there’s a big difference between broth and “bone” broth. Just like it sounds, bone broth is made from the bones of the animal--chicken, turkey, cows and even fish. Bone broth contains a lot more health benefits than plain broth or stock.
Bone Broth Benefits
*Packed with nutrition
*Great source of proteins & other key nutrients like Iron and Vitamin A & Vitamin K
*Good for hair, skin & nails
*Good for gut health-amino acids contained in bone broth help heal the gut & aids in digestion
*Sleep aid-glycine found in bone broth can help us get a good night’s sleep
When I first started losing my hair back in October of 2016 due to a medication I’d been on, I was obsessed with finding ways to get it back. One way to grow hair—consume as much protein as possible. So, since then I’ve been drinking it non-stop, nearly every day.
I don’t like drinking bone broth. The taste is about what you might imagine—warm, salty water with a hint meat flavors. Since I really don’t like meat anyway, it’s clearly not one of my favorite beverages. But something I’ve reminded myself about along the way has helped motivate me to get on sipping it. I’m not drinking it for the taste but for the benefits. So, I suck it up and sip it. I’ve made it a part of my breakfast for more than four years.
These pictures show me with—not store-bought bone broth-- but homemade. My husband, bless his heart, actually made it for me every week for more than two years.
In my next blog, I’ll explain what’s involved in creating the concoction. But eventually, I discovered why homemade may not have be as beneficial as the store bought. I’ll also share the exact brand I’ve opted to stick with after trying dozens!
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College Days, Beer Days
It’s mostly coffee for drinks, for me, these days.
But a long time ago, beer caused me a lot of of distress.
When I was going to THE Ohio State University, I loved my share of suds. I admit, I drank too much, too often.
In my late 20s, I would develop an allergy to it.
This was so weird. It was the first “food” with which I’d ever had an intolerance. The physical symptoms would unfold exactly the same & right on schedule, every single time.
In fact, I could set my watch to it:
1st beer=My ears would get hot—hot to the touch even & turn visibly, bright red
2nd beer=Loud, stomach gurgling & churning
3rd beer=Well, I’ll spare you the details but let’s just say I’d need a bathroom ‘toot’ sweet & the night would be over—for me, anyway!
God said “No more”
I never found exactly what ingredient in beer caused my issues. But eventually, I gave up trying to drink something that made me sick. Duh!! My body was saying “no more!” I’m a believer and know that God was also guiding my steps.
I would switch to wine---drinking it only once or twice a week. Today, I might have a glass of wine or a margarita once in a while.
I remember, I had a doctor who once told me something that made so much sense, it’s the reason I drink less today: “Alcohol is poison”, he said. “Why do you think they set it on fire in restaurants in fancy drinks and desserts?” That has stuck with me all these years later. So, I know I’m better off “eating” my calories rather than “drinking” them.
Good Foods, Bad Reactions
These days, it’s food that has me checking my body and waiting for stomach discombobulation.
Typically, my ears aren’t affected but I do get the old familiar stomach issues and occasionally get hives on my neck, stomach, back and my arms and hands.
Through the process of elimination, I’m working to find the exact culprit.
But here’s something annoying: I eat clean—really, I do! Most of my diet consists of whole foods—honest-to-goodness, God-given & grown veggies & fruits from the earth.
I’ve got a few ideas of what might be causing this round of allergic reactions, dairy, protein powders, chia seeds, bananas and/or something else.
I’m working now to find the exact cause or causes.
In the meantime, I’m seeking the help of a doctor. I’m heading to a gastroenterologist this week to make sure nothing more serious is going on.
I will keep you posted.
Do you have food intolerances? What are your tell-tale signs & symptoms? I’ve never heard of anyone else’s ears turning red. Has that happened to you, too?
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I like social media—mainly for the positive, uplifting people I’m grateful enough to come across. But occasional the bullies get to me.
It seems there’s no discrimination when it comes to bullying. No matter how successful you are, how much—or little-- you weigh, how tall you are, hold young or how old you are—people can find fault with you.
The other day on Instagram, a woman compared me to a “living cadaver”.
She added “You’re so skinny, students should study you to learn about—ligaments, muscles”. Ouch!
Guess what I said? “Thank you!” Yeah, it takes me awhile.
Venom-spewed hate isn’t part of my vernacular so it takes me a hot minute to realize I’ve been slammed.
I realize this says mor about her than it does me. But I also admit: it gets to me.
I may be 58 years old but—yep-- it still hurts. I get angry & frustrated, begin to doubt myself, even stop posting for a few days.
I know, I know—just ignore them. But you see, I was relentlessly, verbally abused as a kid—“You’re ugly”, “You’re stupid”—words do hurt.
It’s mind blowing—and oh so hard for me to understand why anyone lobs hatred at others. I don’t get it.
I’m busy enough as it is trying to work on myself, trying to be a better person than I was yesterday. I know I don’t have time to write a critic of someone else’s life or appearance.
Remember, the opposite is true too—a positive word can change someone’s entire day, month or even life. So, be generous with kindness.
Here on my blog and on social media, I love talking: diet; workouts; positivity; growth & achievement. And while it may slow me down a day or two, no amount of hatred will keep me from my passions.
“If they don’t like you for being yourself, be yourself even more.”~Taylor Swift
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